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Abortion info fight targets university but affects far more

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A box truck equipped with a bright LED billboard began circling around the University of Idaho campus Friday. “Pregnant? You still have a choice,” read one of the bright blue-and-white messages flashing across the side. “You can still get abortion pills by mail,” read another message. The moving billboard was a salvo by Mayday Health against Idaho’s anti-abortion laws, including some that prohibit state employees from promoting or endorsing abortion or emergency contraception. The organization seeks to inform people in anti-abortion states how to access abortion and contraception.
2 months ago·Boise, United States

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Abortion info fight targets university but affects far more

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A box truck equipped with a bright LED billboard began circling around the University of Idaho campus Friday. “Pregnant? You still have a choice,” read one of the bright blue-and-white messages flashing across the side.

2 months ago·United States
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Abortion info fight targets university but affects far more

A University of Idaho memo warning staffers not to refer students to abortion or birth control providers has placed the school at the center of a debate over First Amendment rights and access to reproductive health care

2 months ago·United States
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Abortion info fight targets university but affects far more - Local News 8

A University of Idaho memo warning staffers not to refer students to abortion or birth control providers has placed the school at the center of a debate over First Amendment rights and access to reproductive health care.

2 months ago·Idaho Falls, United States
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Abortion info fight targets university but affects far more

A box truck equipped with a bright LED billboard began circling around the University of Idaho campus Friday.

2 months ago
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Abortion info fight targets university but affects far more

The University of Idaho warned employees not to refer students to abortion or birth control providers or they could face possible felony charges.

2 months ago·Denver, United States
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Abortion info fight targets Idaho university but affects far more

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A box truck equipped with a bright LED billboard began circling around the University of Idaho campus Friday.

2 months ago·Vancouver, United States
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